Solemn Declaration

Recently, some negative comments about our hospital has circulated on the internet, including content related to the treatment experiences of Filipino patients in China. Upon verification, none of the patients mentioned were treated at our hospital. We urge the general public to refrain from believing or spreading these unfounded rumors.

Our hospital has consistently adhered to the principles of professionalism, responsibility, and transparency, providing high-quality medical services to international patients. We deeply understand that the trust given by each patient is hard-earned; therefore, we always prioritize the welfare of our patients. We regret the appearance of these false statements online.

In today's era of highly developed information dissemination, it is difficult to discern the truth. To protect the rights and interests of the general public, we hereby appeal to those who wish to understand the real situation of our hospital, please inquire through official channels: visit our official website, contact the Manila Office hotline, or visit directly at our hospital. We will wholeheartedly provide you with accurate and comprehensive information.

At the same time, our hospital has a complete feedback mechanism. Should you have any concerns or suggestions while using our services, you can contact our customer service department or our International Affairs - Manila Office at any time. We will provide you with reliable and credible answers, and help to ensure your rights are fully protected.

Finally, we solemnly declare that our hospital reserves the right to pursue legal responsibilities for those who publish false statements and allegations concerning us. Upholding the law is crucial to preserving our hospital's reputation and image, as well as ensuring a safer and more reliable medical environment for our patients.

Once again, we express our gratitude for the trust and support of the public to our hospital. Rest assured, we remain dedicated to delivering exceptional medical services.

St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou


*Surgery, in addition to the appropriate chemotherapy and radiotherapy, are effective in treating early cancer, but certain patients in late stage of cancer may not be tolerate surgery well as they can be relatively weak. A combination of carefully planned minimally invasive therapy, chemotherapy or radiotherapy can effectively reduce the side effects and discomfort of treatment and may help patient get better efficacy.

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